This gets the Action Award for cheesiest TV commercial of the year so far. Good luck getting "SHIFT IT" out of your head after watching this local Burbank, CA spot.
Van Morrison popped up on stage during one of Eric Clapton’s shows in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He led Clapton and his band through the blues song "Help Me" and added some harmonica too.
By the way, playing the keyboard solo is Clapton’s keyboard guy for the tour and one of my personal favorites, Paul Carrack, who sings lead on Ace’s “How Long,” Squeeze’s “Tempeted,” Mike & the Mechanics' “The Living Years” and his own hit “Don’t Shed A Tear.”
Upon returning to earth from the International Space Station after 5 months, Canadian astronaut/musician Chris Hadfield decided to record a cover, and film a video of David Bowie's "Space Oddity" entirely on the I.S.S.
Bowie, himself, retweeting Chris’ video, and a post on Bowie's Facebook page calls Chris’ rendition "possibly the most poignant version of the song ever created. At last check, over 11 million hits on Youtube.
Video of a pet rat that plays fetch like a dog right in front of a cat who should have been a bit more concerned either way, rat or dog. I would be surprised if this kitty is named Garfield.